Tuesday, February 16, 2010

New Stake in Mexico

A new stake was created last Sunday in Mexico. The Tulancingo México Stake was created from the Pachuca México Centro Stake. Tulancingo is the second largest city in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. I do not have specifics on the number of congregations in the new stake yet. There are now seven stakes in Hidalgo, three of which have been organized since 2007. Mexico has 221 stakes and 35 districts.

4 comments:

rfelsted said...

Matt, good to hear about the new stake in Mexico. Have you made a list of the stakes in each of the various Mexican states and the Federal District? If so, could you please share it with us?

The annual Deseret News Church Almanac gives good coverage of US states and the stakes and temples in each but nothing about Mexican and Brazilian states, so if you have that information I would like to know how to access it. Also, do you have information on the new Ivory Coast stake? Thanks very much

Sam said...
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Sam said...

Huauchinango Ward
Insurgentes Ward
Lucerna Ward
Tulancingo Ward
Xicotepec Ward

Rick said...

This list gives you a state-by-state breakdown of the stakes and districts in Mexico. Click on a state name to see the names of the stakes and districts in that state.

Church Unit Statistics: Mexico